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$ 19 /m


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  • All features
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  • 5 GB space for 5 users
  • More space / users possible!
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Popular NuGet feeds we host

MyGet requires no installation

Dependency management made easier

MyGet provides hosted NuGet feeds for individual developers, open source projects and corporate development teams. Create feeds for your developers, clients or the entire world using secured access.

Feeds can contain your own libraries, artifacts as well as third party packages. In fact, packages can come from your build server, and Visual Studio Online, GitHub, BitBucket or CodePlex where we transform your source code into a compiled NuGet package.

Secure out of the box

Create public or private feeds - you decide! Consume dependencies from Visual Studio or deploy them using

Audit dependencies used by your organization. Support your release process with configurable upstream package sources, versioning rules, package filters and staged dependencies.

MyGet requires no installation
MyGet supports various identity providers

Know what licenses are being used

Managing dependencies is one thing, knowing which licenses are being used is another. Which licenses are used on your feeds and in your software projects? Many teams would love to know. MyGet makes it easy to inspect and manage licenses used.

What others are saying

3min response time + fix, that's what I call support... Keep up the awesome work MyGet!

Philipp Aumayr

MyGet support is amazing! They submit a PR to fix my broken build script when I make a support request.

Phil Haack

MyGet is the best thing to come out of Belgium since waffles and chocolate ;-)

Morten Christensen

MyGet supports unlimited feeds

Unlimited feeds

Create as many public NuGet feeds as you want, for free! Don't get stuck trying to fit everything into a single package repository and organize yourself with the amount of feeds you desire. Create dedicated feeds for your extensible apps and distribute plug-ins using NuGet.

You code it, we build it

MyGet enables you to add packages to your feed by just giving us a GitHub, BitBucket CodePlex or Visual Studio Online repo. You code it, we build it, we package it, we publish it. Our build server builds your code, runs unit tests (MSTest, NUnit, XUnit, ...) and creates packages for it. If everything is green, we publish the build as a NuGet package to your feed.

You code it, we build it
Real private feeds

Real private feeds

We keep your intellectual property safe by requiring password authentication on private feeds. When creating a private feed, nobody will be able to access it unless the correct privileges are given.

Our satisfied customers

Package management

Create public feeds for free. Host your continuous integration, staging and release packages on your own NuGet feed.

Include packages from, upload your own or use MyGet build services to build GitHub, BitBucket and CodePlex projects.


Development is a team sport. MyGet allows you to work together on software and provides insights in what is happening.

Visualize dependencies between packages and projects, build a package promotion flow.

Wide compatibility

Compatible with NuGet, Visual Studio, TeamCity, Octopus Deploy, Red Gate Deployment Manager and many more.

SymbolSource integration offers advanced debugging capabilities of packages, even without having the source code on your system.

Secure by default

Manage which feeds and packages can be accessed by specific team members with fine-grained security controls.

Hosted in secure datacenters, your intellectual property is safe with us. All communication with MyGet runs over 128 bit SSL, signed with a 2048 bit private key.

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